Non-sworn correctional deputies, as well as lateral and pre-service sworn deputies, are being sought to staff our five correctional facilities. Other communications and classified positions are also open.
Find out more about these career opportunities at the Riverside Sheriff's Department recruiting websites:
All fireworks, including sparklers, are illegal in Riverside County.
If you see or hear illegal fireworks you can use the Sheriff's online fireworks report form to report the activity. This form is sent directly to our Dispatch Communications Center and will be available from July 1 to July 6 this year.
This free event is open to women interested in career opportunities within the Sheriff's Department. Meet women with satisfying careers in the department and hear their stories about the successes they've had.
The reserve deputy sheriff training program provides the same level of peace officer training as the regular academy training.
Riverside County Sheriff's Department
Riverside County is the 4th-largest of California's 58 counties in both population and sheer land mass. It has consistently been among the fastest growing counties in the country, serving across more than 7,200 square miles and policing 17 of the 28 cities in Riverside County.
The Riverside Sheriff's Department is the
2nd-largest Sheriff's Office in California, managing five correctional facilities, Coroner-Public Administrator duties, and providing court services.